Sometimes it seems that all the best, most decorative home innovations have already been tried. Great faucets, fine coffee tables, handsome paper-towel stands, gorgeous pulls for drawers and cabinets — So many ways to spice up your homes’ interior. Wonderful accents and home-décor ideas abound to make virtually anything compliment and coordinate with the rest of your interior decor.
It seems ‘they’ve’
So . . . what else is left?
What about that one eye-sore that almost every home has? That overlooked yet embarrassing ‘necessary’
My house had one, too.
It’s that bit of scraggly twine. That ugly, utilitarian handle. That frayed few inches of twisted, dirty rope; your attic stairs door pull.
What’s with that? It’s not just ugly, it’s awkward to use. I hated the prospect of having to get into my attic.
When is the last time YOU looked forward to pulling down your attic stairs?
I wondered, ‘Why has no one thought to do something better with that?’
Thankfully I just found someone who has — a place called decorativeinnovations.com — and this is enough to revolutionize interior design!
Imagine reaching to pull down the attic stairs and grasping a glittering, faceted crystallized bauble suspended on an elegant, specially designed beaded chain? Or how about a sleek and stylish orb of polished marbled stone, or perhaps even an elegant brass spiral? Antique, contemporary, simple, ornate: each a touch of real class that just plain LOOKS good in your home.
I chose the Crystallized Sphere. I can’t help it, I just love things that glitter and shine and make flecks of light dance around on the walls.
Now, rather than take away from the beauty of my house, that attic door pull has become a truly decorative innovation, a stunning design feature that my visitors never fail to compliment.
As if replacing that ugly attic door twine with my innovative and stylish crafted pull wasn’t enough, it was also simple to install, PLUS amazingly inexpensive (although it LOOKS much more pricey!) These not only look great but are so affordable you’ll be tempted to get more than just one. I almost wished I had a second attic door. The other pull I wanted was the Golden Brass Spiral, but . . . well, maybe I can get it for a future re-decorating binge!